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SugaVida: The ONLY bioavailable plant sourced B12?!?!?
Posted by: RawPracticalist ()
Date: August 09, 2017 05:17AM

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SugaVida is the most nutritious natural sweetener and sugar substitute on the planet and is the only product that uses the wonderful nectar from the Palmyra tree outside of India in this useable, versatile powder form.

This is the ultimate superfood sweetener and is the only plant source of bioavailable Vitamin B12 found in nature. It is also the only alkalising, anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal natural sweetener in the world, it helps to break down sugar addiction and normalises blood insulin levels making it ideal for diabetics and pre-diabetics.
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Re: SugaVida: The ONLY bioavailable plant sourced B12?!?!?
Posted by: riverhousebill ()
Date: August 09, 2017 06:07AM

Formerly known as Palmyra Jaggery, it's made from the sap of the fruit of the Palmyra palm tree. Grown in Sri Lanka and India, it’s a sand-coloured powder with a caramel-like taste.

The good: “It has only 3% fructose and a fairly low GI score of 40, which makes it a better choice than table sugar for your waistline,” says Watts. And “one SV or two?” has a nice ring to it.

The not so good: Beware of the superfood hype. Yes, a serving contains 133% of your RDA of vitamin B12, 222% of vitamin B6 and 664% of vitamin B1. But Watts warns: “RDAs are incredibly conservative – the RDA of vitamin C, for example, is the minimum you need to stop you getting scurvy.

It's a dangerous game to suggest Palmyra Jaggery is a ‘good source of nutrients’, encouraging people to have more of it.” At 386 calories per 100g, it's a slippery slope- plus there are far better ways to get your vitamin fix.


Read more: [www.womenshealthmag.co.uk]

also beware-Watch out for: Indian food markets may sell blocks of ‘Jaggery’ however usually it is not the real thing made from the palmyra palm and doesn’t confer the same nutritional benefits (there are very few palmyra plantations left).

Try some cinnamon as a substitute to sugars
One of cinnamon’s best attributes is its ability to lessen the impact of sugar on your blood sugar levels. Cinnamon also slows the rate at which your stomach empties after meals, which also reduces the rise in blood sugar after eating. This little spice packs a powerful punch and can be added to any dish or beverage as a substitute for, or in addition to sugar, to lessen sugar’s impact.



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Re: SugaVida: The ONLY bioavailable plant sourced B12?!?!?
Posted by: riverhousebill ()
Date: August 09, 2017 07:18AM

, Cinnamon is used to help treat muscle ... Assists in lowering blood pressure, anti-fungal, anti- bacterial ... Extremely alkalizing – great for people who can't have high sugar fruits in juice.

Pamyra jaggery is not the only plant that can do these things

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Re: SugaVida: The ONLY bioavailable plant sourced B12?!?!?
Posted by: riverhousebill ()
Date: August 09, 2017 07:34AM

Various types of dried green and purple lavers are Vitamin B12 sources: (1) a Japanese green laver, (Suji-aonori, Entromopha prolifera); (2) ordinary purple lavers (Porphyra sp.; nori, which has been formed into a sheet and dried); (3) Taiwan purple laver ...

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